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Kansas Teacher Certification
Average Teacher Salary: $41,369
Coursework and Preparation Programs You'll Need:
You'll need a Bachelor's Degree before you can teach in Kansas schools. There are no special undergraduate coursework requirements in individual subject areas for Kansas teacher certification. You will, however, need to complete a Kansas-approved teacher preparation program. A list of approved programs is available here:
For teacher certification in Kansas, you'll need to take the following test for basic teaching skills:
The State of Kansas has reciprocity agreements to accept teaching credentials from most other states. Kansas belongs to the NASDTEC Interstate Contract, the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium, and the Central States Exchange Agreement with South Dakota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Missouri, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
Facts about Kansas Teacher Certification
Differential pay support is available for teachers in high needs subject areas.
For Further Information
You can contact the Kansas State Department of Education about teacher certification at this address:
Or you can call at (785) 296-3201 .
Last Updated: 08/20/2013
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